Grateful Dead Live at Hartford Civic Center on 1977-05-28
This date has been commercially released as "To Terrapin: Hartford '77"
d2-Brown Eyed Women
d2-Samson and Delilah
d3-Estimated Prophet >>
d3-Playing In The Band >>
d3-Terrapin Station >>
d3-Not Fade Away >>
d3-Wharf Rat >>
d3-Playing In The Band >>
d3-One More Saturday Night
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Hartford Civic CenterLocation Hartford, CTSource SBD>MSR>DAT>CD>>WAV>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDATransferred by Jay Ashley
Digitally Remastered on a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha, by email@example.com on 8-22-2001.
Lineage Prior to Bertha Remaster:
Bettyboard 7 inch master reel @ 7 ? ips > DAT(zero gen)>
CDR(zero gen) (via sony pcm r-700 dat playback >
hhb cdr-800) > CDR (first gen) > EAC > .Shn
Notes of Seth Kaplan for work done prior to Bertha Remaster:
Approximate 2 second splice in Bertha.
2 second gap/dropout @ 05:19 through 05:21 in Bertha was
eliminated and the first thirty seconds or so of Bertha were
normalised in Cool Edit due to low levels.
Reel flips in between Playing in the Band & Terrapin Station
& during One More Saturday Night have been patched by Jack Warner
from an AUD source with the following lineage:
Steve Rolfe's MAC>DAT>CD: Sony ECM-99As>Sony TC-152
(Extraction and.shn encoding by Seth Kaplan via EAC and MKW.
Accurate extraction and properly aligned sector boundaries
verified via EAC and .shntool)
Thank you to Seth Kaplan and Jack Warner for their fine work.
May 11, 2009
anything may 77 rocks
can anyone hook me up with a copy of the bonus disk from the fillmore box set? if so i will get you copies of any soundboard on this site!! really any one.just e-mail me at
March 1, 2009
Latvala was right!
Dick was not impressed with this show, and it's nothing more than an average performance for May 1977. Other tnen what might be one of the all-time best versions of Sugaree, there is nothing distinguishing this show from any other from this period. Certainly there are numerous May '77 shows more worthy of official release. (92 pts)
February 25, 2009
In the groove
This is another one of them. I like the sounds that I've heard from "Bertha" very much. If you haven't already checked out this entire month, please do. This is a strong show, in my opinion. 4.5 Easy.
February 24, 2009
Soon to be released on a 3 disc set
Excellent show but very typical of the 1977 spring pinnacle. IDK about worthy of release but this sbd is sure to come downs sooner than later.
Evan S. Hunt
February 8, 2009
Plenty of Pyrotechnics,
Jerry pickin' and grinnin' on his Travis Beam TB500 w/Unity Gain Buffer built by John Cutler.
Fine recording and remaster. Typically great Grateful Dead of 1977.
And Boots aside flingin' fire to the air.
Gung Hay Fat Choy!